CSD has been actively working with VSP and GHS on their Summer HEAT detail to reduce speed and deaths on VT's roadways.

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Safety day at VTC Texting while driving course Photo’s from events

Have you seen me? I want to go home" I was stolen from my owners John and Judy at the Tunbridge World's Fair on September 13th, 2011. Please help "Harriet the Harley Hog" home to her owners. Please contact Sheriff Bill Bohnyak.


Lt. Governor Phil Scott works with Orange County Sheriff
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OCSD deputies participated in the state click it or ticket task force in both the central Vermont area and the Northeast kingdom. Deputies shown here are in the Northeast kingdom at lake Willoughby

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Mud Season Merriment event at the Randolph Elementary School on April 9th. Sponsored by Orange County Parent Child Center.

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Students at Brookhaven Learning Center in Chelsea began Junior Police Academy. JPA allows students to learn about law enforcement. One of the JPA sessions is about Speed Enforcement. Using Lidar and Radar units, students at Brookhaven did a traffic speed survey. By combining the tools and some math skills they found that at mid-day, mid-week on Route 110 in Chelsea Village, traffic travels at approximately 27.9 MPH.The speed limit is 30 MPH.

Photo: Sheriff Bohnyak and the Westshire Neighborhood Watch Group

Sheriff Bohnyak leading the Last Mile Ride August 21 2010 Live to ride and ride for the dying. Raising money for Gifford Medical Centers "Garden Room".
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Sheriff Bohnyak on a recent marijuana eradication detail in Orange County. Twenty plants were pulled in a remote location last week. You can report grow operations to the OCSD by using our anonymous tip line link or call the office & we will keep your information confidential 685-4875.

Sheriff Bohnyak discussing personal safety with Girl Scout Daisy's at a local school


(left to right) Captain Welch, Sheriff Bohnyak, and Lt. Eggum receiving an award at the National Law Enforcement Challenge Awards in Denver
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The 2009 Last Mile Ride – Gifford Medical Center’s fourth annual charity motorcycle ride – raised more than $32,000 for end-of-life care Saturday, when motorcyclists from around the state and beyond converged on the Randolph hospital. Led by Orange County Sheriff Bill Bohnyak and members of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, more than 180 bikers participated
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Making friends at Tunbridge fair

Lt. Simon and the Red Ribbon Tree ceremony at the Vermont State House on 3 December 2008
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Sheriff Bohnyak (left) presenting award to Lt. Martin
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Lt. Eggum, Lt. Simon, Capt. Welch and Deputy McCool at the Governors Highway Safety Program awards March 12th. Congratulations to OCSD for winning the Highway Safety Livesaver award!

Dan Bohnyak graduate of Randolph Union High School completed a senior project developing Digital Mapping for use in Crisis Planning. Dan researched and advised the Orange County Sheriff's Department on the software and photo equipment needed to map interiors of buildings. Dan mapped the Randolph Union High School as part of his SR. project. Dan will be continuing his work this summer, mapping the remaining school buildings in the Orange Southwest Supervisory Union. For information on how OCSD can assist with your schools Safety and Crisis planning contact Sheriff Bohnyak.

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